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Patrick Monahan

£3000 - £5000

http://patrickmonahan.co.uk/

Patrick Monahan  is an Irish-Iranian stand-up comedian, who won the television competition series Take the Mike in 2001 and Show Me the Funny in 2011. He has performed regularly at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Patrick is a comedy festival regular and has performed solo shows in a number of cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester, and also at most major venues throughout the UK. He has also performed across the globe in countries including Dubai, Luxembourg and Germany.

He has done shows which refer to the occasional racism he encountered growing up in Middlesbrough.

Monahan's humour relies heavily on audience interaction and an animated story-telling style that draws on his own experiences.

In August 2011, Monahan won the ITV stand-up comedy contest Show Me the Funny. Shortly after winning, he performed on the The Comedy Annual, a one-off programme celebrating the year in comedy.